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Hungary's top diplomat visits Moscow to negotiate gas supplies despite EU bid to cut deliveries

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Budapest is keen to buy up to 700 million cubic metres of gas from Russia, said foreign minister Peter Szijjarto.

Added on the 21/07/2022 17:31:34 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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